Authorities and witnesses claim that on Wednesday, a customer’s vehicle struck three people in the service area of a Los Angeles auto dealership, killing one of them, a woman who had been momentarily trapped below it.
According to Brian Humphrey, a spokesman for the Los Angeles Fire Department, the vehicle, driven by a female customer, ran over and killed another female client before colliding with two employees and coming to rest in the customer reception area.
According to a statement from Humphrey, onlookers pulled the seriously hurt woman from under the car, and a nearby, off-duty nurse performed CPR on her before she was taken to a trauma facility.
Humphrey claimed the woman later passed away. Two dealership employees who were hit by the car and had non-life-threatening wounds, including a head wound, were brought to a hospital, according to Humphrey.
The driver stayed at the scene and spoke with authorities, even though there were no evident injuries. About 20 miles (32 kilometers) northwest of downtown Los Angeles, the dealership is located in the Mission Hills district.